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KH9S 9NOUC~s !AGE WINS COVETED SPIIGONI EP LAR TRO

PU UNBOYS U ~ otayDepartment
1: .!ftt AN ~ri ftl:"N alf)Makes Appointments

POLICEMEN HUNT%
MISSING YOUTHS

S~eam Students May Begin to
Register on June 26;
'Hours Released.
LAWS TO BFGIN EARLI ER'
Hiours of registration for the 1930}
~Smmner Session, which opens June
30 in all colleges and schools of the
LLYiviersity ekcept 'the Law school
wheeplasses begin a week earlier,
we annou~nced. yesterday after-j
noon by Prof.,Edward H. Kraus, ofj
th Pharmacy colege and Dean of
the Summer Session.
Lit~erary students will register in
the recorder's. office, University
hall, ~June 26-27, from 9 to 12. and
from 1:30 to 4 o'clock~; June 28-30,
from 9 to 12, and from *1:30 to 51
o'clock. Thereafter, registration
will be held from 10 to 12 o'clock
each morning. 1
In the colleges of engineering
an rhietr registration will!
take place in 'hest Engineering !
buIiig, June 26, 27, 28, 0, from 8:!
to 12, anid fromn 1:30 to 5 o'clock.Is
Regstration in the Medicalj
school will be held in th~e )West
Medical building, June 26, 27, 2$,
and 30, from. 10 to 12, and from
1:30 to 4 o'clock. It will be held
in the Pharmacy college ini thej
Chemi~stry and Pharmacy building,
~Junre 26, 27, 28, and 30, from 9 to
12, and from 1 :3 to'o o'clock.
For the School of )Education, in-
elu~ding~ students in 'hygiene and
public hea~lth, physical education,,
public health nursing, and athletic
coaching and administration, it will
be held in Tappan hall, June 26, 27,c
28, a.nd 30, from 9 to 12, andi 1:30{c
t4 o'clock. Lawn stude~nts will reg-
ister in the Law building, June 20,;1
21, ;.and 23, from 9 to 12, and 2 to1
A4 o'clock.c

4 11 UI I ' Police have been searchinzg for j1
for Next Smse
$J'tUJ~jS m se four children who disappeared
from their homes T 3sday. Donaldx
--Two new appointments to the' and LaVerne Casterline, ages 121
Fresh Air Camp to Care for 500= teaching staff of the botany depart-' and 10 respectively, sons of Andrew
Underprivileged City ment were announced recently by R. Casterline, 709 Brooks St., and:
YonsesjHre .Brtet ed1fted-8 year old Warren Truesdale of 324'
Yonser.HrlyHpart lethadofte.e Highland St.,were found late yes-I
partmnt" erdayaftenoonnear the fair-
With over $8,200 pledged or col- Dr. E. B. Mains of Purdue willgrud.A1yerodnrob,
lected, the University of MichiganI come to Michigan as professor of E unrice Allen, 637 North Fourth
Fresh Air camp committee is pre-; Botany and acting director of thef Ave., who disappeared from Jones
paring to accommodate more than Herbarium, and Dr. William Ran-; school Tuesday noon, is still miss-
50;nepiieedct onses doiph Taylor of the University of inlg.'
540unerpivlegd ityyongser. Pennsylvania will assume the .du- -
Each boy will be given two weeks ties of professor of Botany and
of wholesome outdoor life at the curator of Algae. I--
campp at Lake Patterson. Michigan will lose Prof. E. 0. Er-, rtlI fl
Owing to the unprecedented en linson who is going to the Depart- ;
thsis sow n hecmpthsmeat of Agriculture to work in the 1 o= South Packard
year and the generous support of office of Foreign Plant Introduc-; TODAY l
I tion..
the subscribers to the fresh air ____________11- i:00 to I :W0n.. m.
fund, the sunmmer's 'work will, in nuBttrSnwh
al probabilitytbeexpanded to in
al rbbltb xaddt n- R eT ea elude five sections instead of the R lAaflafl4 Nut Salad
usual four, it was announced yes- NrOW~ SHOWING25
t erdtay by Theodore Hornberger, di- o
rector of the camp for the coming M~arion Davies ,~f~~A

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WANTADSOAY

Horn berger, who. has been active
in the Fresh Air work for the past
:.. few years, will be assisted by Harley
4j,5oiale Press Photo Kline, '30, Marshel Levy, Grad., and
Capt. Arthur A. Page (left), of the U~nited 6 ates M~arine corps, won Walter Gevey, '31, each of whome
the Curtiss speed trophy in the aninual air race at the naval air, will be a senior counselor at the ;Adi~
station in Washington. Glenn Curti, s, the Oonpr of the trophy, is I'camp. Homner Grafton will take
shown congratulating the flying marine, charge of the finances.?
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All Talk;ie
Summer Prices
nits 25 cent-s, Children 10 cents
"tHY~k PAY MORE?

5:30 to 7:00 ?,. in.
B~eef Roast or Liver w ith Bacon
Baked Potutoes
35C

btludlents bcore Lasy
Victory Over Foculty,
In a hitting fest the students of
the school of Bu~siness Administra-
tion administered a 22-11 defeat on !
(their faculty in a baseball game
Tuesday afternoon. Thle game was
marked by a great deal of humor-t
ous jibing and many doubtful de-
ci sions.
SProf. Olin W. Blackett was cap-F
tain of the faculty nine, while Har-
ry W. Ladd, '31B.Ad., lead the Stu-
dent team.

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LAST
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""SEVEN DAYS LEAVE"9
#Remember his loving in "'Legion of the Condemned" and "~The Vir-
ginian. " Rememzber how be held you spellbound in "The Shopworn
I Agel" H-is first §tarrinig role brings you a ,greater Coojier. In a role
that surpasses for human drama, love and laughter anything in which
hie has ever appeared.'
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